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DeVante Parker

DeVante Parker

WR - New England Patriots

Height: 6' 3"Weight: 215 lbsAge: 31College: LouisvilleDrafted: 2015 #14 (1st Rd. by MIA)

2024 Outlook

Draft Rank (ECR) #267
Best / Worst #225 / #345

Roster %

DeVante Parker held to one reception in Week 18

DeVante Parker caught 1-of-4 targets for six yards in the Patriots’ 17-3 loss to the Jets.

Fantasy Impact

Parker finishes the 2023 season with consecutive one reception performances. The 30-year-old is signed for next season and will likely see plenty of playing time in a rebuilding Patriots’ offense.

Jesse Garcia7 weeks ago
DeVante Parker officially active in Week 18

Patriots WR DeVante Parker is officially active for New England's Week 18 game against New York.

Fantasy Impact

Parker had struggled with a rib injury during the week, but he will be available in Week 18. He can still be left out of lineups unless desperate.

Kelly Kirby7 weeks ago
DeVante Parker (ribs) limited in practice Thursday

New England Patriots WR DeVante Parker was limited in practice again on Thursday due to a rib injury.

Fantasy Impact

Parker has not been the most reliable fantasy option, but then again, no WR has been in New England outside of a few pop games here and there. He has just 388 yards in 12 games this season, a mark on pace to be the second-lowest tally of his career behind his 11-game 2018 campaign in Miami. He's not a relevant fantasy option in Week 18.

DeVante Parker quiet in Week 17 loss

DeVante Parker caught 1-of-2 targets for 15 yards in the Patriots’ 27-21 loss to Buffalo.

Fantasy Impact

Parker exited Sunday’s game in the first half with a rib injury and did not return. Fantasy managers will want to monitor his status as the Patriots head towards a Week 18 matchup with the Jets.

Jesse Garcia8 weeks ago
DeVante Parker catches four passes in Week 16 win

DeVante Parker caught four of his five targets for 65 yards in the Patriots' 26-23 Week 16 win over the Denver Broncos.

Fantasy Impact

Parker has seen increased involvement in the New England passing attack of late, logging at least three receptions and five targets in each of his last four games for the Patriots. The veteran wideout should continue to operate in a No. 2 role behind fellow wideout Demario Douglas, with a tough Week 17 contest against the Buffalo Bills up next.

Chris Schommer8 weeks ago